For the past 50 years, employees of supermarket chains around the nation and the world have been able to boost their knowledge — and their job prospects — by attending the Food Industry Management program at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. “I still use the tools and techniques I learned there,” Mike Proulx, president and chief operating officer of Bashas', Chandler, Ariz., who graduated from the program in 1996, told SN. The Western Association of Food Chains, which ...

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